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  1. Filipe C Bello dos Santos

    Filipe C Bello dos Santos Real pirates don't buy fake copies.
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    I'm still thinking that they will sell this hack to some flashcart company.
     
  2. alirezay

    alirezay GBAtemp Regular
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    Atleast flashcarts are better than modchips:d
     
  3. P-CHYLD

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    If they do decide to sell to a company, it should be DStwo. They seem to be the most consistent than all the (other one time around wonder) flashcart companies. Then we begin the patching game again. Don't update your firmware, until a new released, oh, the new nintendo update just blocks flashcards. That shit is so annoying. I think this is why sony products are pretty successful. Another thing is, once its on the market, someone will reverse engineer the card and create their own card so that means the original finder of the exploit won't see a dime from the new flashcarts that will be popping up. If I was you, create a custom firmware. Charge a decent price for it, setup a server to update 3ds with custom firmware. You'll see all the profit and it will be a big one.
     
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    Any new news to this?"
     
  5. Foxi4

    Foxi4 Local Infamous Villain
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    DSTwo is a product, not a company. SuperCard is the company behind that flashcart.
     
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    Jiehfeng Netti Netti
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    50 Pages of utter spam.
    Yeah, It might beat pokeflood
     
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    i think it is a fake
     
  8. avran89

    avran89 ALWB 4 LIFE!!! MOOSE!!!
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    The "Pokeflood" had around 200 pages and spawned about a dozen or so similar threads with about 10 pages of spam
     
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    Technicmaster0 GBAtemp Psycho!
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    We had this discussion many times in this threat.

    The picture was taken by Yellows8, a member of team Twiizers and a hacker who found the first DSi Exploit Sudokuhax.
     
  10. beano311

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    Yeah, because the second a custom firmware is released and someone's charging money for it, it won't be on every torrent site in seconds. I'd much rather have a flash cart personally. Also, what do you think happens with Sony consoles when a new game is released that doesn't work on one the version of firmware you're on? You have to wait for every game to be patched and uploaded which is way worse than waiting for an update for your flashcart that will let you play all the new games at once. If a new system update blocks flashcarts, don't update to it...
     
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    McHaggis Fackin' Troller
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    Why don't you try adding some and see if it works?
     
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    not only that, it created like 50 new accounts only to spam away with stupid questions.
     
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    he has obtained some kind of GPU control. and he wont release anything. Hey cmon!
    [07:53:03] <@neimod> full control of the 3ds in kernel mode (arm9 & arm11)
    [07:51:59] <@neimod> unfortunately, we are elitist bastards who never share anything,...

    amazing! cmon I would love if this gets hacked today! I beg!
     
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  18. Snailface

    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing
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    If your mother served you a hamburger with raw meat, wouldn't you say, "Why didn't you cook it Mom? I can't eat it like this.". Hacks are the same way, they're unedible unless they're fully prepared.

    And keep in mind meat is replaceable. There is no guarantee another 3ds hack can be found once its patched.
     
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  19. RupeeClock

    RupeeClock Colors 3D Snivy!
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    Heck I'm totally fine with the 3DS exploit not being a warez loader, I'm more interested in homebrew goodness for the time being.
    Still in all likelyhood there's a good chance whatever they put out will get reverse-engineered.

    What I would like to see if some legitimate backup manager though.
    Simply that it extracts a ROM/save from a cartridge onto the exploited 3DS, that ROM is signed to the console's SD card so it will only run on that system.
    Just, saves the convenience of cart-swapping and carrying around multiple gamecards really. Doesn't let you install downloaded roms, you need a gamecard. Don't let you share roms, it only works on your system.
    That's what I'd like to see really.

    What I'm curious about is if they can manage to obfuscate the homebrew launcher installation so that it has a unique MD5 hash and title per console installation, possibly generated using the system's MAC address and console specific key, or date/time.
    Basically some way so that the installed homebrew launcher is unique each time it is installed thereby making it nearly impossible for Nintendo to remove it via blacklisted titles/headers. Ya know if no two launchers are the same.
     
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  20. RupeeClock

    RupeeClock Colors 3D Snivy!
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    Definitely true, they are far from ready from being able to show anyone this hack.
    Although personally I've ordered myself an R4i Save Dongle so I can be ready to get the exploitable gamecard loaded.
    That and it'll also let me get my savegame off my retail Pokémon Black 2.

    It's true that this exploit could apparently be easily fixed, but if they have full kernal access as they say, and also have more retail titles to examine, on top of hopefully getting good R&D from the chip decapping efforts, I am somewhat confident more exploits will be discovered along the line.
    Possibly ones that do not require any additional hardware or software at all.
     
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